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panther 31-05-2007 18:53

June!!!!!!!
 
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my god its june tomorrow!!
only just over 6 months till xmas!!Attachment 9396
time to start thinking about those pressies again and stocking up, cuz we all know before you know it the trimming will be going up!!
:D and the snow will be here!, well might be:rolleyes:

garinda 31-05-2007 19:14

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Three weeks and the nights start drawing in.:(

It was laughable today when we had a big thunder storm, but without the preceding heatwave.

panther 31-05-2007 19:17

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Originally Posted by garinda (Post 430983)
Three weeks and the nights start drawing in.:(

It was laughable today when we had a big thunder storm, but without the preceding heatwave.

i know garinda, seems really daft, well that british weather for ya!
May... didnt have a hot day once!! wonder what june will be, better be nice , my birthday soon:p

West Ender 31-05-2007 19:33

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My "little boy" is 42 tomorrow. :)

Ist June 1975, his 10th birthday, we were living in Durham City and we woke up to 5" of snow! It was a bit of a blow as we had planned to have his birthday party in the back garden - we did in the end, all the kids had a snowball fight.

2nd June 1975, the temperature soared to about 25' C and stayed that way for about 6 weeks. Daft weather is nothing new. :D

maxwell silver 31-05-2007 19:36

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June & i've still got the central heating on:mad:And they blame us for not saving energy,they should have a word with Mr Weather,but he'll only pass the blame back on us & say it's our fault he's behaving like he is.
For sale....2 sun loungers,used barbeque,2 pairs of sunglasses or will exchange for 2 umbrellas & a pac-a mac:D

mallard 31-05-2007 21:27

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Yes i must agree with you on that for this time of year its still wet and damp and cold i am dreading my gas bill

cashman 31-05-2007 22:01

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Originally Posted by mallard (Post 431049)
Yes i must agree with you on that for this time of year its still wet and damp and cold i am dreading my gas bill

got ours today and its LARGE, what makes it even worse its UNDER ESTIMATED. flaming june they say- aint kidding.;)

ANNE 31-05-2007 22:14

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DONT! mention the C word Panther.

magpie 31-05-2007 22:31

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Ne'er cast a clout till May is out.

Well its almost gone.... do time to cast your clouts......

grannyclaret 31-05-2007 23:22

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happy june,,, i cant say its bursting out all over,,,

Neil 01-06-2007 06:00

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Originally Posted by West Ender (Post 430997)
My "little boy" is 42 tomorrow. :)

Ist June 1975, his 10th birthday, we were living in Durham City and we woke up to 5" of snow! It was a bit of a blow as we had planned to have his birthday party in the back garden - we did in the end, all the kids had a snowball fight.

2nd June 1975, the temperature soared to about 25' C and stayed that way for about 6 weeks. Daft weather is nothing new. :D

You keep telling that story when all these idiots prattle on about global warming and environmental twoddle causing temperature change.

Lolly 01-06-2007 13:12

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I like June, its my Birthday month!! (Its on Wednesday by the way!!):D:D

pipinfort 01-06-2007 15:22

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Originally Posted by Lolly (Post 431210)
I like June, its my Birthday month!! (Its on Wednesday by the way!!):D:D

mine too!!!:D

panther 01-06-2007 17:37

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hey we got a lot of gemini's in ere:D my birthday in a few weeksAttachment 9398

West Ender 01-06-2007 22:45

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Originally Posted by Neil (Post 431138)
You keep telling that story when all these idiots prattle on about global warming and environmental twoddle causing temperature change.



I will, I will! I'm with you, Neil, there have been ice ages and hot ages for millenia - it's Nature. As Jim Royle would say, "Global warming my a*$e."

(Please, Met. Office, can we have another hot Summer? I don't like ice ages). :)


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